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Population: 1,227,505 (2011)
Land Area: 5,128 sq km
Natural Resources: Petroleum, natural gas, asphalt
Capital: Port-Of-Spain
Political System: Parliamentary Democracy
State Leader: George Maxwell Richards (2003)
Head of Government: Kamia Persad-Bissessar (2010)
Languages: English, Caribbean Hindustani, French, Spanish, Chinese
Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD)
Major Religions: Roman Catholic 26%, Hindu 22.5%, Anglican 7.8%, Baptist 7.2%, Pentecostal 6.8%, Muslim 5.8%, Seventh Day Adventist 4%, Other Christian 5.8%, Other 10.8%, Unspecified 1.4%, None 1.9%
Major Ethnicities: Indian 40%, African 37.5%, Mixed 20.5%, Other 1.2% Unspecified 0.8%
Life Expectancy: 71.37 years (2011)


GDP Official Exchange Rate: 20.59 billion (2010)
GDP Purchasing Power Parity: 26.1 billion (2010)
GDP Per Capita (PPP): 1,200 (2010)
GDP Growth Rate: 0% (2010)
GDP Structure: Agriculture 0.5%, Industry 59.4%, Services 40.1% (2010)
Labour Force By Occupation: Agriculture 3.8%, Manufacturing, mining, and quarrying 12.8%, Construction and utilities 20.4%, Services 62.9% (2007)
Industries: Petroleum, chemicals, tourism, food processing, cement, beverage, cotton textiles
Agriculture Products: Cocoa, rice, citrus, coffee, vegetables; poultry
Human Development Index: 0.760 (62nd)
Tourism Revenue: 224 million (2002)
Unemployment Rate: 6.4% (2010)

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Army Size: 2 700 (2004)
Budget: 0.3% of GDP (2006)

Current Situation


Trinidad and Tobago is located in the Caribbean's. It shares maritime borders with Barbados, Grenada, Guyana and Venezuela. Trinidad and Tobago's economy has a very high growth rate and a high GDP per capita for the region. Petroleum represents about 40% of the GDP. With investments from foreign companies the energy sector promises to keep growing. Tourism is developed but does not represent a significant source of income.

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CIA World Factbook: Trinidad and Tobago
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Updated on: January 1, 2012